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Disposables UK, based in Meltham, has landed a two-year deal to supply paper hygiene products to the Socius network of independent distributors of non-food goods to the foodservice industry.
A national technology consulting company, Socius, has announced that it has bought the Microsoft Dynamics GP practice of Atlanta-based partner, IBIS, Inc.
With a goal of better aligning objectives with customer needs, Greg Miller of the Miami Beach, Florida office has accepted the position of Chief Sales Officer for Socius and will oversee marketing and sales.
That is, the reduction of the varieties of emotional "usages" to a semiotic "scheme" is generated by socius (see Hjelmslev).
Phylogeography of Pachygrapsus transversus (Gibbes, 1850): the effect of the American continent and the Atlantic Ocean as gene flow barriers and recognition of Pachygrapsus socius Stimpson 1871 as a valid species.
Socius Network was set up in 2008 and now comprises 20 members who supply clients in their geographical region, but who now have the security of a PS70m-plus turnover operation, and the buying power that brings, behind them.
Insurance Journal, 2007, EMC Insurance Services Changes Name to Socius Insurance, Insurance Journal, February 26.
Scheduled for completion in 2016, the 23-story project will be developed by Socius Development Group, and will contain a total of 120 rental units (96 market rate and 24 affordable) comprised of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans.
Quantitative genetics of the trade-off between fecundity and wing dimorphism in the cricket Allonemobius socius.
10) with uncus trapezoidal, posterior margin emarginated medially, with a digitate process and an elongate, distally-curved, apically-obtuse process posteriolaterally; socius elongate, slender, as long as valva, setose dorsally; V-shaped ridge at junction between uncus and tegumen.
Conclusion: The socius of citizenship," In Recasting the Social in Citizenship, edited by Engin F.
In the backdrop of the "military and barbarous powers--as seen in the former Yugoslavia" (25), Kristeva shifts the tension between the maternal and the symbolic from dynamic relations to structures of purity and danger: "Now, identity must be kept autonomous and structurally pure in order to assure the survival not only of the living but also of the socius.